Spied: 2012 Honda CR-V

Testing

Honda is still putting camo on their 2012 CR-V, however it may not be necessary anymore after their patent photos have been leaked.

If you've clicked on this article, by now you surely must have seen the leaked patent photos of the fourth generation 2012 Honda CR-V. The 7-seat crossover is expected to run a cleaner and more fuel-efficient engine while still offering great multi-purpose utility. The CR-V seen here was testing in Southern Europe and obviously has a lot of camouflage. The only thing the boxy camo is hiding, however, is the same model we have already seen from the leaked photos.

The new 2012 Honda CR-V will feature some new interior styling. It is set to debut in full at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November and go on sale in the U.S. by the end of this year. Photos: CarPix

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